The new V-R241-4K monitor comes with waveform and vectorscope functions and in-monitor displays (IMD/UMD), tally, text and timecode.
At the 2019 NAB Show, Marshall Electronics will introduce a new 24-inch V-R241-4K Master Confidence Monitor with a wide viewing angle that can display resolution inputs all the way up to 4K (3840x2160 UHD or 4096x2160 full 4K letterbox). The monitor supports SDI inputs up to 12G and HDMI inputs up to HDMI 2.0, all with HDR.
The Marshall Electronics V-R241-4K comes with waveform and vectorscope functions along with in-monitor displays (IMD/UMD), tally, text and timecode. It includes 16-channel audio bars, closed captioning decoding, built-in speakers and more. For system integrators, the V-R241-4K has multiple ports for control over Ethernet, RS422/485, RS232 and GPI. The V-R241-4K is also compatible with controllers from Extron, AMX, TSL Products, Image Video, Evertz and many other common control interfaces, making it an ideal choice for use in remote production.
The V-R241-4K includes LED and on-screen tally lights, image flip ability and a headphone jack for confidence monitoring. In addition to being feature-rich, the V-R241-4K is eco-friendly with extremely low power consumption in standby mode and remote wake.
Other features include: 3840x2160 UHD (4096x2160 letterbox); Audio de-embedder and internal speaker + headphone jack for confidence monitoring; Up to 16-channel audio level meter display; LED and on-screen tallies; Adjustable backlight; and USB port for easy field updates.
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